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Smart meter installer blows the whistle

A reader writes:
Last year I was involved in installing smart meters throughout the outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne, specifically my job was installing the “communications cards” and aerials on already installed, live meters.

After working there for maybe two months I began suffering problems with concentration, memory and general fatigue. Not to mention a sort of creeping anxiety that I hadn’t really experienced anything like before.

Subsequently I lost the job, due to slowly finding it more difficult to get up in the morning and generally function. At the time I believed the problem must have been something personal i.e.; dietary or psychological.

The problem with what I have been suffering it seems is that my mind tends to go in loops and I get extremely anxious and fearful, this has made it impossibly hard to figure out the problem or look for help.

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